Tag: Rome

Rome Cooking Classes 2018
Ancient Recipes, Classes and Retreats, Edible Archaeology

Edible Archaeology Cooking Class: The Mediterranean Triad (Rome, Italy)

BOOKING FOR SUMMER 2019! CHECK THIS PAGE IN JANUARY OF 2019 TO SEE WHEN DATES ARE ADDED OR JOIN THE EMAIL LIST TO BE NOTIFIED WHEN DATES ARE CONFIRMED BY EMAILING: info@tavolamediterranea.com Explore the history of ancient Rome’s river ports and the city’s once bustling food distribution quarter with experimental […]

Ancient Recipes, Classes and Retreats, Edible Archaeology

Edible Archaeology Cooking Class: Baking Bread with the Romans (Rome, Italy)

BOOKING FOR SUMMER 2019! CHECK THIS PAGE IN JANUARY OF 2019 TO SEE WHEN DATES ARE ADDED OR JOIN THE EMAIL LIST TO BE NOTIFIED WHEN DATES ARE CONFIRMED BY EMAILING: info@tavolamediterranea.com Explore the history of Roman bread-making with experimental archaeologist and food-writer, Farrell Monaco, this summer in Rome, Italy. […]

A Taste of Rome - Tavola Mediterranea
Ancient Recipes, Classes and Retreats, Edible Archaeology, Travel & Tourism

Culinary Retreat: A Taste of Rome (2018) with Ken Albala and Farrell Monaco – SOLD OUT

The 2018 retreat is SOLD OUT. Email: info@tavolamediterranea.com to join the mailing list for the 2019 retreat! Join Ken Albala and Farrell Monaco for a 7-day workshop at an ancient villa in the Roman countryside as they explore the flavors and food history of Rome from the ancient Republic through […]

Ancient Recipes, Edible Archaeology, Italy, The Life of Food, Vegan, Vegetarian

Baking Bread with the Romans: Part II – Panis Quadratus

Friends, Romans, Baking Enthusiasts: Lend me your ears! …. Who wants to make Pompeiian Bread? If you do then you’ve come to the right place. Many of us have seen the iconic images of carbonised loaves of bread that were excavated from Pompeii, Herculaneum, and other settlements in the Bay […]

Torta di Farro 1
Cucina Povera, Italy, The Old-School Kitchen, Vegetarian

Ricotta and Farro Tart – Torta di Ricotta e Farro

Last summer was one of the greatest summers that I’ve ever spent in Rome. I had the pleasure of working at an archaeological site, Monte Testaccio, in Testaccio, excavating and cataloguing thousands of amphorae potsherds with ArchaeoSpain and CEIPAC (University of Barcelona).  More importantly, however, I had the pleasure of working […]